Children Undergo Malnutrition Screening at a DFID-Supported Outpatient Therapeutic in Somalia


In addition to the cholera that has swept across the country, the region’s drought has caused a chronic malnutrition crisis that risks handicapping Somalia’s future generation. Roughly 6.2 million people are in need of food and livelihood support.

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